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Questions are answered and truths are revealed. Learn how Henchman 21 copes with life without 24. See what happens when Brock and the Venture family are forced to part ways. Discover the final fate of H.E.L.P.eR. And all the while, the balance of the free world hangs in the hands of Dean Venture, who must kill Hitler.

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The Venture Bros. continues its relentless march towards absurd brilliance with this second volume of its fourth season, which unfolds in a dizzying blend of conspiracy theories, convoluted psycho-dramas, maturity rituals, and at least one musical number. The brothers themselves--hapless Dean and thoughtless Hank--continue to grow up (whether they like it or not), with Dean taking on an internship with Professor Impossible (voiced by Bill Hader) that proves to be more than just a résumé builder, and Hank joining the ranks of manhood in a particularly unpleasant manner while investigating his surly pal Dermott's parentage. Both episodes ("Bright Lights, Dean City" and "Everybody Comes to Hank's") are note-perfect examples of what makes the Venture Bros. such a pleasure: clever (but never self-satisfied) writing with a keen understanding of the show's comic book-pop culture roots and just the right blend of crassness and wit. The season's other highlight is its hour-long conclusion, "Operation P.R.O.M.," which brings the season's entire, labyrinthine story arcs to a finale that is fitting, a bit touching, and completely unhinged. Elsewhere, viewers learn along with Doc Venture (James Urbaniak) about the hideous slang term attached to his name, while Brock Samson (Patrick Warburton), Sergeant Hatred (Christopher McCulloch, a.k.a. series cocreator Jackson Publick), and Henchman 21 (cocreator Doc Hammer) resolve some long-standing emotional conflicts. It's a rare thing for a series to continue to grow and even blossom in its fourth season, but The Venture Bros. does both, in its own very odd but charming ways.

Extras on the two-disc Vol. 2 set are, like its predecessor, slim but entertaining: Publick and Hammer provide amusing commentaries for each of the eight episodes in the set, and there's a smattering of inconsequential deleted scenes. Actor Toby Huss, who voices the deeply deluded General Triester, is featured in a segment that has him providing a number of different readings on a line of dialogue, and the set includes several promotional spots for the show during its original broadcast. Viewers should know that the episodes in Vol. 2 are presented uncut, which means that the ridiculously grotesque definitions for a "Rusty Venture" are unbleeped; it's an unfortunate choice, as the adult language tends to cheapen the show's humor. --Paul Gaita


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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner
  • DVD Release Date: March 22, 2011
  • Run Time: 286 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00466HOR6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,034 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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55 of 60 people found the following review helpful By 4-Legged Defender on January 8, 2011
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Yeah, it sure is a drag that this season was split into 2 releases, even worse that after I pre-ordered volume 2, a short while later there was an announcement on Amazon that the entire season four would be released in Blu-ray on the very same day (to add insult to injury), but with a show I love as much as this one, I'll refrain from my usual tirades, rants, conspiracy theories, vitriolic cursing and death threats, bite the bullet and remind myself how fabulous the second half of this season was. Brock's back in all his glory, Sphynx plays an integral element with Hunter at the helm along with Shoreleave now an important and hysterical addition, Whitey and Billy feature prominantly, Molotov Cocktease and her comrades are back to up the ante, the Monarch is ever-present along with his henchmen and muse, the adorable yet husky-voiced Dr. Mrs. the Monarch, the Guild is fleshed out a bit more and the Triad is afoot and, somewhere in the midst of all this monumental madness, Team Venture manages to get a bit of screen time as well. On top of it all, the one hour season finale is probably one of Adult Swim's crowning achievements. I can't wait to see these episodes again. "Go Team Venture!"
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Lisa L. Sandeline on March 23, 2011
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This is an actual review of the product itself and not just the fourth season!

What you are getting is six plus hours of the Venture's hot new envelope pushing complete fourth season on one disc loaded with extras.

The set includes creator commentary on all the episodes, deleted scenes, and four more features: this is captain feature, all of the finale promos, comic con season four trailer, and lastly the lost season three cold open. - 10/10

The package art design features both the clean and bloody speed suits and comes in a regular BD digi-pack case. - 10/10

The BD disc menu is sleek and easy to use, it is one of my favorites BD menus of all time b/c it's simple and works. - 10/10

Not much is needed to be said about the sixteen episodes b/c they are the best and I loved the new season, but here is a list of the best episodes within this season:

"Blood of the Father, Heart of Steel"
"Self-Medication"
"The Better Man"
"Pinstripes & Poltergeists"
"The Diving Bell Vs. The Butter-Glider"
"Everybody Comes to Hank's"
"Bright Lights, Dean City"
"The Silent Partners"
"Operation: P.R.O.M."

The audio is good True HD, as I can actually hear all the different channels (layers/tracks) of audio, and subtle sound effects. - 9/10

The video is the only downfall of this BD, yes folks that is right.
The animation this season is the best and still looks very sharp and vivid on BD, but because artifacts show up often on the characters/backgrounds it's not perfect.
It's mostly three or four times an episode that someone's shirt will have a thousand blotchy boxes all over it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Michael Vanier on July 10, 2013
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If you're a Venture Bros. fan, this review is superfluous. You already own this DVD box set already (or the Blu-Ray version) or your mouse cursor is hovering over the "Add to Cart" button. Don't read any further, just push the button! This review is for people who haven't been turned on to this marvelous show yet. There are many things you need to know.

The Venture Bros. is one of the most intelligently-written shows in the history of TV. It is screamingly funny, it has amazing action sequences, it has probably the most complicated backstory in the history of complicated backstories, and it is a true labor of love. The show is ostensibly an hommage/parody of the old Jonny Quest action super-scientist cartoon genre, taking the perspective of "what if Jonny (Doc Venture in this show) grew up, inherited his Dad's super-science gizmos, realized he didn't have what it takes to be a scientist himself, and was angry and bitter about how he was treated as a kid?" And what if he had two clueless kids (the eponymous Venture Brothers) who have no idea what it's like not to live in a super-science compound? And what if he was surrounded by a bunch of other people as schmucky as he was, including lame super-villains, over-the-top macho secret agents, assorted hangers-on, and the occasional competent person who wonders what he's doing in the midst of all the chaos. But I can't do justice to the story in less than 20 pages; it's _that_ complex. It's worth it, though, because it's so interesting and the characters, despite their failures, are so appealing you want to know everything about them.

The other thing you need to know is that this is the cult show to end all cult shows. It is utterly uncompromising.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stanley C. Sargent VINE VOICE on March 24, 2011
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Any fears that this superlative series would burn out after 2 or 3 outrageous seasons have proven to be unfounded; it's as great as ever and shows no signs of winding down.

Intelligent, clever, funny as hell, and full of surprises! I love it and look forward to more!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Savage Lucy on April 1, 2011
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The thing I like about this show is that although it is a very funny self parody for the genre of boy adventurers, evil villains, and the occasional her, is that it has actually developed its characters into real people that you care about. This (half) season is very solid and it brings the story forward. I only hope that when the sad day comes (because all good things end) that these guys are given enough time to prepare a series finale that fits this amazing show.
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